OPPO pulls back a round, Indonesian court dismisses Nokia's 4 lawsuits

The well-known intellectual property blog Foss Patents quoted public information as saying that the Indonesian court rejected all patent infringement cases against Nokia v. OPPO and ruled that Nokia should bear all the litigation costs.

As Foss Patents commented: "Germany is a key market, but far less important for OPPO than Indonesia".

According to Counterpoint Research data, OPPO has topped the Indonesian smartphone market for many consecutive years, and it will continue to dominate the Indonesian market with a market share of 21.8% in 2021. According to IDC statistics, the Indonesian market shipped 40.9 million smartphones that year. Based on this calculation, OPPO's mobile phone shipments in Indonesia exceeded 8.9 million.

Germany's total smartphone sales in 2020 will be 22 million units, which is almost half the size of the Indonesian market. At the same time, OPPO's ranking in the German market is far less prominent than its position in Indonesia.

Litigation in other regions is currently ongoing, and we will continue to monitor the progress of this case.

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